Toronto Sports Media Sports Radio Lineups

by Rob G

Here’s your drive home lineups

On Sportsnet 590 The FAN from 4-7pm, Prime Time Sports with Bob McCown:

400 – 500 – Phones
500 – 700 – Roundtable with McCown, Tim Micallef, Michael Grange, & Elliotte Friedman

On TSN Radio 1050 from 4-7pm, TSN Drive with Dave Naylor. co-hosts:

400 – Football Friday Hour – Chris Schultz, Rod Smith and Steve Milton In Studio until 5pm
515 – Darren Rovell, ESPN
530 – Ray Emery, Philadelphia Flyers goalie
545 – Scott Mitchell, Hamilton Tiger Cats President
600 – Herm Edwards, ESPN
630 – Tyrone Crawford, Dallas Cowboys

On TSN (5pm) & TSN2 (6:30pm), Off the Record with Michael Landsberg:

Amar’e Stoudemire, 6x NBA All-Star
Mark McMorris, Canadian Snowboarder

Today on Sportsline:

Did Ilya Kovalchuk give ammunition to those that believe non-north americans aren’t passionate about playing in the NHL? Are the Argonauts finding out that winning the Grey Cup is easier than defending the title? We speak to Canadian Indy Car driver James Hinchcliffe about his rise in popularity! Join Hebsy & Bubbs, today at 5 on CHCH.

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Mike S
Mike S
July 12, 2013 6:07 pm

Apparently WGR 550 in Buffalo has now switched from three sports updates per hour to two (one at the top of the hour and one at the bottom)………………1050 has had two sports updates per hour ever since they started a couple of years ago…………….I wonder if 590 will ever switch from three updates per hour to two

daver
daver
July 12, 2013 6:54 pm

I feel like it’s inevitable, the 3 updates per hour thing is pretty intrusive, and is there a need for that many updates? I’m sure if something is breaking RIGHT THEN, the hosts can fill us in.

@AFRAUDHATER
@AFRAUDHATER
July 12, 2013 9:02 pm

I caught all of the roundtable tonight on PTS and for the first time in a very long time I can actually say I enjoyed it. Grange and Tim (especially Grange) actually stood up for themselves during a couple different arguments with Bob. Also Grange tore into Friedman on the whole KHL/NHL discussion. That was good to see, I can’t stand Friedman 90% of the time as he is just way too smug. Too bad all or most of the roundtables had that much energy, they should make those 3 the regular or at least semi regular guests for it.

Alex
Alex
July 12, 2013 9:07 pm

What’s funny is that when Bob announced the roundtable at 4:00, he assumed Shannon was on it and then had to correct himself. Of course, Perkins was also supposed to be on it and was replaced I guess by Tim.

It was a feisty roundtable. Don’t remember one like that since Arthur was still there.

BTW< they had a "football roundtable" at 4:00 on 1050 with Hogan filling in that hour for Naylor. They had a Hernandez discussion and once again, no mention of Jovan Belcher. It's amazing how quickly people in the media have forgotten that an NFL player killed his girlfriend and then killed himself of team grounds.

Mike
Mike
July 12, 2013 10:12 pm

Grange came out firing and really tore some of the other guys to pieces, especially on the Bargnani front when he (correctly) highlighted the fact that Bargnani is not an efficient scorer. A lot of people don’t realize this guy is a below average 3 pt shooter and he has an opportunity cost of taking up a position that is supposed to get offensive rebounds.

Also showed solid logic on the khl/nhl thing when the other guys are all saying the KHL is bad for the NHL but won’t say the Euroleague or the China money is bad for the NBA.

Nan Young Lee
Nan Young Lee
July 13, 2013 7:11 pm
mike (in boston)
mike (in boston)
July 14, 2013 9:02 am

nice link Nan. this part really stood out

“industry analyst David Bank told Bloomberg Businessweek that 80 percent of basic-cable customers would decline to pay for sports if given a choice; Forbes writer Alan McGlade figures that no more than 10 million homes are regular ESPN viewers, about 10 percent of the total pay TV market.)”
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wow. with so much HDTV content coming free over the air, and Netflix, and Hulu, and iTunes, and Boxee there is indeed a huge bubble in the cable/satellite business model.

Mike S
Mike S
July 15, 2013 1:03 am

Grange definitely said some peculiar things during the PTS roundtable………….this one that he said to McCown is at the top of that list:

“I’ll bet I could dig up audio clips from the past where you said baseball all stars should be voted on by the fans”

Anyone who has listened to McCown over the years would know that he has never thought the fans should be allowed to vote on anything

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